freeFive people are being infected with Ebola every hour in Sierra Leone and demand for treatment beds is far outstripping supply, the Save the Children charity warned on Thursday. If the current “terrifying” rate of infection continues, 10 people every hour will be infected with the deadly virus in the West African country by the end of October, the London-based organisation warned. “The scale of the Ebola epidemic is devastating and growing every day, with five people infected every hour in Sierra Leone last week,” Save the Children chief executive Justin Forsyth said in a statement. “We need a coordinated international response that ensures treatment centres are built and staffed immediately.” More